1. I was really good at foursquare when I used it.

    anniewerner:

    Tuesday, September 21, 2010

    The Scratcher

    “Watch your step in the bathroom! Ow.”

    Wednesday, September 1, 2010

    McDonald’s

    “Really good lighting!”

    Tuesday, August 31, 2010

    Sweet & Vicious

    “A bar”

    Monday, August 30, 2010

    Trader Joe’s

    “Snakin’”

    Saturday, August 28, 2010

    The Frick Collection

    “Buying it.”

    2 years ago  /  196 notes  /  Source: anniewerner

  2. pleatedjeans:

crotch watchin! via

    pleatedjeans:

    crotch watchin! via

    2 years ago  /  29,356 notes  /  Source: stream.pleated-jeans.com

  3. smackjack29:

Shit.  I’m sorry…

    smackjack29:

    Shit.  I’m sorry…

    (via hairyrussian-deactivated2014051)

    2 years ago  /  171,422 notes

  4. 2 years ago  /  6,568 notes  /  Source: trollphysics

  5. fuckyeahdementia:

seven errors

    fuckyeahdementia:

    seven errors

    2 years ago  /  17,434 notes  /  Source: fuckyeahdementia

  6. interweber:

“Saddest looking happy people you will ever see.” —@willapaskin

    interweber:

    “Saddest looking happy people you will ever see.” —@willapaskin

    2 years ago  /  3,120 notes  /  Source: interweber

  7. emergentfutures:

HOLY COW: RIM Has Totally Collapsed In The U.S.
HTC and Samsung have both grown their market shares more than 50%, while Apple’s has shrunk slightly. But RIM? It’s down by almost two-thirds.
Full Story: Business Insider

    emergentfutures:

    HOLY COW: RIM Has Totally Collapsed In The U.S.

    HTC and Samsung have both grown their market shares more than 50%, while Apple’s has shrunk slightly. But RIM? It’s down by almost two-thirds.

    Full Story: Business Insider

    2 years ago  /  78 notes  /  Source: emergentfutures

  8. fastcompany:

“People know more about their iPhone than they do their own health,” points out Travis Bogard, Jawbone’s VP of product development. “So how do we make them consumers of their own wellness?” Today Jawbone is finally unwrapping their attempt to solve the problem: The UP, a $100 wristband, smartphone app, and web app trio that work together to monitor your exercise habits, sleep cycles, and eating decisions.

    fastcompany:

    “People know more about their iPhone than they do their own health,” points out Travis Bogard, Jawbone’s VP of product development. “So how do we make them consumers of their own wellness?” Today Jawbone is finally unwrapping their attempt to solve the problem: The UP, a $100 wristband, smartphone app, and web app trio that work together to monitor your exercise habits, sleep cycles, and eating decisions.

    (via fastcompany)

    2 years ago  /  883 notes  /  Source: fastcodesign.com

  9. emergentfutures:

BMW Wants To Integrate Apple’s Siri So You Can Start Talking To Your Car
 
Apple and BMW have a long history of working together, starting with the first ever iPod car integration which dates back to 2004.
When and if Apple makes Siri’s API or functionality available to third parties, we’d expect BMW to be first in line.
Full Story: Business Insider

    emergentfutures:

    BMW Wants To Integrate Apple’s Siri So You Can Start Talking To Your Car

    Apple and BMW have a long history of working together, starting with the first ever iPod car integration which dates back to 2004.

    When and if Apple makes Siri’s API or functionality available to third parties, we’d expect BMW to be first in line.

    Full Story: Business Insider


    2 years ago  /  158 notes  /  Source: emergentfutures

  10. meme-meme:

Cats are liquid. “Liquids … take the shape of the container while maintaining a constant volume”. That’s it. So cats are liquid.

    meme-meme:

    Cats are liquid. “Liquids … take the shape of the container while maintaining a constant volume”. That’s it. So cats are liquid.

    2 years ago  /  71,579 notes  /  Source: meme-meme